Airblue Reviews 2017

Introduction

Did you know that Airblue was the first airline in Pakistan to employ e-ticketing, wireless check-in, and self check-in kiosk facilities? Furthermore, Airblue uses ticket distribution system Sabre. The Pakistani airline was established in 2003 and commenced operations on June 18, 2004 with three leased Airbus A320-200 aircraft serving Karachi–Lahore and Karachi–Islamabad, inaugurated by then Prime Minister of Pakistan Zafarullah Khan Jamali.

Our Airblue reviews give you more information about the Pakistan-based airline, its history, what passengers think of their service and experience, and the airline’s official website

Background, History, and More Information

Airblue is a Pakistani low-cost private airline headquartered on the 12th floor of the  Islamabad Stock Exchange Towers in Islamabad, Pakistan. At one point, they had their own premium business lounge at Jinnah International Airport and they launched e-Cargo service catering to air freight markets of Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom

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Airblue CEO Tariq Chaudhary

Airblue was founded by Shahid Khaqan Abbasi; its current CEO who also serves as Chairman of the Board is Mr. Tariq Chaudhary. Chaudhary has a majority stake, being included in Airblue’s group of investors, in the airline’s shareholding structure.

As of August 2016, Airblue has a fleet size comprising of the following aircraft: 3 Airbus A320-200 and 5 Airbus A321-200.

Reviews/ What Users Have to Say

Based on 29 Airblue reviews on Airlinequality, Airblue was given an average score of 4 out of 10 stars. The most recent Airblue reviews detailed people’s positive experiences with the airline. Even on Airlines-inform, reviewers praised Airblue’s “pleasant experience:” flights departed and arrived on time, food was reasonable, cabin crew were friendly and accommodating, and booking online was easy.

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Their Website

You can search for flights with Airblue on their official website. Airblue only has Economy class cabins – having scrapped off their Business class due to exogenous economic reasons – with a 3×3 configuration and overhead video screens.

Airblue has a frequent flier program called BlueMiles where travellers can accumulate and redeem BlueMiles with each flight, adding more benefits and special offers to their travel. Initially, membership into the program is free, upgraded to Blue Card then to the Platinum Card once passengers earn enough miles. Members can log in to the BlueMiles Dashboard to manage their account here.

Airblue Reviews 2017 milesFor a comprehensive list of the domestic and international destinations of Airblue, using either passenger, charter, or cargo airlines, view this link.

Contact Details:

  • Website URL: www.airblue.com
  • Contact number:  +92 21 111 247 258
  • Contact Email: wearelistening@airblue.com
  • Fax: +92 51 280 017 3
  • Head Office Address: 12th Floor ISE Towers, 55-B Jinnah Avenue, Islamabad, Pakistan

Excellent Airline Services

These Airblue reviews reveal the airline’s excellent cabin crew, clean interiors, and acceptable dining choices. One of these Airblue reviews concluded that “Overall it was a pleasant journey and it offers good value for money. Recommended but only as a second choice.” There was room for improvement, but since these Airblue reviews were dated a few years ago, I expect this airline had improved their services.

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